The Salvation Army works with some of the most vulnerable people in society. As we face the worst public health crisis in our lifetime, people on the margins need us now more than ever.
From running food banks and checking up on people who live alone, to offering counselling and supporting NHS isolation units, Salvation Army churches all over the country are responding to the crisis in dozens of different ways.
In Sheringham we provide a FOODBANK, help with financial challenges, advice on mental health issues, spiritual guidance and help with the practical issues arising from the pandemic.
When permitted we will hold Sunday worship at 11am each week. Please telephone the hall to reserve a place.
11am Morning Worship
5.15pm Open Air Service at the Town Clock (May, June and September only weather permitting)
Worship followed by tea and coffee fellowship (except July and August)
7.30pm Late evening Open Air Service at the sea front (July and August only weather permitting)
Christian faith during the week, when our doors are open to offer programmes and activities for the whole community.
During the Covid-19 pandemic the normal weekday activities are suspended with the exception of the FOOD BANK (open Monday - Friday 9.30am- 12.30pm or by appointment)
9.30am Parents and Tots Group
2.30pm Home League (Ladies Meeting)
7.30pm Bible Study Home Group (contact us for venue information)
2.00pm Quilting group. All welcome.
10am 'Connect Club' (a youth club for adults!)
7.45pm Songsters Practice
10.00am Coffee Morning
10.00am Employment Plus (for help with job search, C.V. writing and interview skills etc.)
7.45pm Band Practice
10.00am Bereavement Care Group
10am Art Group
10am 'Solo LInk'. Group for those who live alone. (alternate weeks) For enquiries contact Erica 01263 826896
FOOD BANK - this is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning and by appointment.
Contact Majors Alex and Janet Bishop or the hall receptionist (01263 826059) for more details.
Report: Toys and Tins Christmas Appeal 2020 - the biggest ever!
Once again in partnership with BBC Radio Norfolk, we provided a selection of Christmas presents to nominated children and Christmas hampers for each family. Last year we gave 298 children toys. This year we give toys (to a value of at least £25-30 per parcel) to 384 children/youths and supplied 268 Christmas food boxes. We also continued to provide our FOODBANK SERVICE.
YOU can still help by making a cash donation to help with the appeal expenses or indeed support our ongoing Community Programme including the FOODBANK via our Just Giving link. If you can help and would like more information, please telephone 01263 826059 for fuller details. Thank you.
We would wish to acknowledge the support given by so many people including the customers and management of Tesco Sheringham, Savers Sheringham and Lidl Cromer. A huge thank you for generous discounts on toys to Starlings at Sheringham and The Works, Sheringham.